Hotel Diplomat

SanMartin 918, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1004, Argentina | Hotel
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A Protest and a Tango

A travel blog entry by gracetravels22


... on the floor or sat with their heads in their hears. We went to another monkey habitat and we saw a monkey swinging on a vine and letting go to hit the glass cage. My mom and I were terrified. Before summing up our amazing zoo experience we went and got ice cream! While at the zoo, my mom accidentally ripped her shoe because she thought her shoe was velcro. We temporarily stabilized her shoe with a head band which would roll off every two minutes. We went to a ...

Buenos Aires sightseeing day 1

A travel blog entry by burke1961


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  • When I walk for any distance at all in god awful humidity, my hair and shirt look like I've just stepped straight out of the shower, I stink, and go an alarming purple in the face. No different to Brisbane then.
  • I hate this portable keyboard so much this may well be my last entry in this blog.
  • Recoleta cemetery

    Well, I should probably have read the brochure and be able to tell you all about ...

    An Argentina Experience

    A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


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    We enjoyed watching the spectacle of all of this from the comfort of the top deck however arriving at La Recoleta Cemetery, we decided it was time for a walk. Perhaps it says something about the city that one of its most famous tourist attractions is the cemetery. After a brief stop for a sandwich and a drink we first headed for the church next door – Our Lady of Pilar.

    As we entered the church and walked towards the altar taking photos of this ...

    Day 141 - Nit de Reis / Three Wise men

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


    ... everybody is near the water, away for the weekend or on holidays. We are a bit homesick because we missed Wise Men's day in Sant Quirze, the last celebration of the Christmas Holidays, the Epiphany.

    Since we only got a muffin for lunch on the plane, we try to find an open restaurant not too far from the hotel. The hotel's recommendation is "Chiquilín" and we get the first really nice piece of Argentinian beef. Yummy.

    Don't cry for me Argentina

    A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


    We have been in Buenos Aries for 6 days which started with an overnight transfer which was meant to take 18 hours, but ended up being 21 because the driver phaffed about picking people up- pttf! Although it's not our idea of fun, the journeys aren't that bad if you know what to expect, which is sitting down for nearly a whole day and it being cold because they love to blast the air conditioning. To prepare for the ordeal of the journey, we went for a meal ...

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    This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Galerias Pacifico, Edificio Kavanagh, Silvia y Mario Shop Florida, and Poppy's.
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    2.50 of 5 stars Fair